Grade II Listed School gets a Summer Makeover

Project Description


Meanwood Primary School

The Project

Built in 1840, the Grade II Listed school building required specialist repairs to its roofs and stone copings


Our Solutions

All three divisions of RDF (construction, M&E and bespoke joinery) were deployed to carry out the required works.  Three classrooms benefited from a complete remodelling which included the demolition and repositioning of walls, new floor coverings, door sets, sound proofing panels, decorations, electrical alterations, storage units and the manufacture of a bespoke solid oak glazed panel between classrooms which allows natural light to flood the learning areas.  The coloured section of the exposed roof trusses, combined with the shaped acoustic panels and up and down light from new light fittings, has given the classrooms a new, fresh and contemporary feel whilst still retaining the building’s historic features


All works were co-ordinated and carried out to a pre-planned sequential programme ensuring the project was delivered on time, ready to welcome back pupils for the new term


The Outcome

The School’s Head Teacher was delighted with the finished result and commented:-


“The quality of the work from start to finish was of the highest possible standard.  The RDF staff were highly professional in every aspect and we are delighted with the finished classrooms.  They will undoubtedly enhance teaching and learning” 


Helen Sanderson, Head Teacher, Meanwood Church of England School

Project Details

Meanwood Primary School
January 21st, 2014

Project Skills

  • Bespoke Joinery
  • M & E
  • Refurbishment
  • Restoration


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